AHH! I am THRILLED to share this pool boudoir session today! This was the perfect way to jump into the warmer months and get creative. Who says your boudoir session has to be in a studio with cute lingerie?! Not me! If you’re looking for ways to get creative and spice up your intimate portraits, this pool boudoir session has it all!
Thanks to a fabulous past client this session was a BLAST! Not only was it fun to just get out of the studio, but, there is something about being by the water that just screams fun. And after what felt like the world’s longest winter, it was such a JOY to get out into the sun and play with all the elements. We landed at the cutest pool on a warm sunny day and created MAGIC!
Wearing the cutest black two-piece bathing suit, similar to this one, my client enjoyed an ice cold Coca-Cola and the most chic red heart sunglasses. It was giving all the retro-chic vibes, and I loved it! We played with poses on the deck then adventured into the pool to finish off her pool boudoir session. Using the paddle board as a prop, we were able to really change up an entire pose. It was so fun! This entire session really cemented the idea that your boudoir session can be whatever YOU want it to be. If it looks like fun poolside intimate portraits, or a spicy studio boudoir shoot, we can do it!
So, are you ready for your pool boudoir session?! LET’S DO IT! I love to get creative and step outside my comfort zone when it comes to classic studio boudoir portraits! Being able to get creative with your session is one of my favorite things about being a Sioux Falls boudoir photographer. We can get those steamy shots in the privacy and comfort of my studio, or have fun in a pool. Whatever you have in mind, let’s plan it together and get creative!
Boudoir photography celebrates all the ways your crazy beautiful body has held you up, moved you forward, and turned you into a woman who can get. it. done. Sis, that is something that should make you proud.
I’m Emma, a Sioux Falls Boudoir Photographer. Helping people feel their best has always been part of who I am. Before focusing on photography, I worked as a nurse, and now I use that same expert care to help women feel like a million bucks. Oh my gosh, it is the best.